Jennifer E. Miller was a fellow in the Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center in the Fordham Schools of Business, where her research focused on the globalization of clinical trials in developing countries, and taught in the Graduate School of Business (2011-2012). She also served as a visiting lecturer in Columbia University's Bioethics and Cross Cultural Education Program (BIOCEP), which included field studies in Thailand. She completed her PhD studies in Bioethics at Regina Apostolorum and holds a BS in physics from Fordham University. Her interdisciplinary scholarship has been complimented by strong public service, including serving as a steering committee member for the US Taskforce on Pediatric Emergency Mass Critical Care under the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC, 2009-2011), as a special consultant to the United Nations ECOSOC (organ facilitating international cooperation on standards-making and problem-solving in economic and social issues), on the AMA's National Disaster Life Support Education Consortium, and as the founder of the nonprofit Bioethics International. During her fellowship, she will explore the possibility of addressing prominent ethics concerns and trust gaps in the pharmaceutical industry through various reform strategies, particularly a third party "ethics accreditation" system.